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BOTH the leading teams in Welsh League Division One recorded victories to leave Cardiff Met University two points clear of rivals Haverfordwest County, who have two games in hand.

The students warmed-up for next Saturday's Welsh Cup clash with Airbus UK Broughton by winning 2-0 at home to Ton Pentre thanks to an Adam Roscrow brace.

Meanwhile, the Bluebirds edged home 1-0 at home to Goytre thanks to a late strike from Luke Borrelli.

Penybont are third after a 2-1 away win at Aberdare Town with ex-home striker Richard French and Anthony Rawlings getting the goals, sam O'Sullivan responding for the home side.

Caerau (Ely) drew 2-2 at Garden Village thanks to a last-minute equaliser from Callum Sainty, while AFC Porth went down 3-2 at home to Afan Lido.

Casey Thomas, an Alex Gammond penalty and Remi Whitelock gave Lido the points with Chris Bullock and Matthew Vivers responding for Porth, who ended the game with nine men after a sending-off and keeper James Billington carried off with an injury.

Briton Ferry Llansawel drew 1-1 in the local derby with Pontardawe Town at Old Road, Gavin Jones scoring for the home side and Josh Dorward levelling for the visitors before a 10-minute floodlight failure.